Moore Park Beach is a north east facing beach and stretches 14.5 km from the mouth of the Kolan River in the north to the mouth of the Burnett River in the south. The Moore Park township is located 20 km north-east of Bundaberg.

Moore Park Surf Life Saving Club was founded at a meeting on the 9th August 1954 as a memorial to the men and women of the district who had served their country at war. Foundation members camped for the week-end to patrol the North coast beach (Moore Park Beach). 

The first clubhouse was a tent, a rusty shark tower and wind up shark alarm donated from another club and a 10 ft fishing boat for rescues and training.

Our volunteer members provide emergency search/rescue and first aid, deliver surf safety and provide preventative programs to ensure beach visitors avoid danger.
2012-2013, 2013-2014, 2015-2016 and 2016-2017 Patrol Club of The Year (congratulations patrol members)
2015-2016 - Sandi Davis, State U18 Junior Life Saver of the Year (congratulations Sandi)
2015-2016 - John Davis, Branch Volunteer of The Year and Clive Hammond Silver Medallion Winner
2016-2017 - Sandi Davis, Branch Volunteer of The Year
Upcoming Dates (see What's On for more information):
Bundaberg Regional Council Community Grant Funding: Bundaberg Regional Council Community Grants Program provided
$4750.00 to Moore Park SLSC for the Installation of storage racks and cupboards in our new Gear and Equipment Shed
Successful Grant Application: Moore Park SLSC would like to acknowledge the Queensland Government,Department of National Parks, Recreation, Sport and Racing and the Get in the Game Get Playing Grant. 
The Club has received funding for the construction of a new Gear Shed.
Queensland Government logo
Share by: